Sandra Dallas from the Denver Post writes in her article “Women’s Westerns rare, but can be fun reads”:
The Lucky Hat Mine, filled with period detail and real-life pioneers such as Mountain Charley, Green Russell and the Tabors, is a spirited…tale.
From the book review blog The Bookworm Who Lived entitles the review as “The Underrated Book: The Lucky Hat Mine by J.V.L. Bell.” Here a snippet from the blog:
Our protagonist, Millie, is the most badass women ever. Not in an assassin kind of way but she is stubborn and firm in the best way. She is independent and won’t let any of the (many, many) men who try tell her what to do.
Most recently The Lucky Hat Mine received this review from book blog Just Book Talk:
…a clever tale of greed, murder and suspense with a good dollop of romance and humour.
The Lucky Hat Mine is available as a trade paperback, ebook, and audio.